Alberto Regina Scrapbook
- Alberto Regina Scrapbook
This scrapbook was created by Alberto Regina, a graduate of Springfield College. The scrapbook is the smallest of the three and contains mostly photographs of Regina (alone and in groups). It also includes a few letters, two pamphlets about the Tenth Olympiad, and postcards.
- Regina, Alberto
- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
- Collection (local):
College Archives Digital Collections
Alberto Regina Papers
International Young Men's Christian Association
Springfield College--Alumni and alumnae
International Young Men's Christian Association College
- 34 Pages
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Alberto Regina was born on August 3, 1900 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started working for the YMCA at the age of 13. Regina received his undergraduate degree from the YMCA College of the South American YMCA in 1924. He then worked in Chile as the Director of Physical Education. In 1928, he became the Physical Education Director of the YMCA in Argentina and coached the Water Polo team in the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam. In 1930, Regina came to Springfield College (then the International YMCA Training School) for graduate study. He learned about North American sports and physical education during his stay at Springfield College and brought the knowledge back with him. He returned to Argentina and became the Technical Advisor of the Argentine Federation of Sport, 1938-1940. In 1947, Regina traveled to study in different YMCAs in the US; while abroad, he fell sick and underwent an operation, after which he returned to Argentina. On January 24, 1948, Regina died from medical complications caused by his surgery.
For preservation purposes, the photographs and other materials were removed from the pages of the scrapbook, after all digital preservation was completed. These scrapbooks and their blank pages were then taken out of the collection. The materials inside the scrapbooks were preserved and arranged in archival folders in their original page order. A PDF document was created for each scrapbook in order to retain the original composition of the physical object. The cover of this scrapbook and the blank pages were not physically retained in this collection for preservation purposes. However, these images are labeled as if they were still present in the physical collection; Exact Date of individual items and the creation of the complete scrapbook is unknown;
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